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Appvion Extends Its Triumph High-Speed Inkjet Paper Line

Monday, July 31, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Appleton, Wis. - Appvion, Inc. has extended its Triumph® High-Speed Inkjet Paper line with the addition of four treated products: 9 pt. Triumph Treated Universal in rolls and sheets, 9 pt. Triumph Treated Ultra P in rolls, and 32 lb. Triumph Universal and Triumph Ultra P in rolls.

“We continue to expand our portfolio of Triumph High-Speed Inkjet Papers to meet the ever- advancing demands of the inkjet printing industry,” states Scott Harman, Appvion’s director of digital products. “Appvion’s commitment is to add value to paper. With these product extensions, we are offering our customers added value through more high-quality, superior-performing paper choices—all which yield the excellent finish and vibrant color that provide exceptional results to meet their various application needs.”

The entire line of Triumph Treated papers offers outstanding print and image quality and provides uniform density, sharp lines, even solids, and vibrant color. Triumph also provides the optimal smoothness and formation that enables exceptional runnability and hassle-free post-processing. Triumph Universal is engineered to run smoothly on both dye and pigment based printers and Ultra P delivers ultra bold and vibrant color as well as improved productivity with roll-fed, high-speed inkjet presses using aqueous pigment inks.

Triumph Treated papers are ideal for high-color direct mail, transpromotional pieces, catalogs, books and many other applications, and are available in a wide range of basis weights and sizes.

 

 

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